Cashless Payment Solutions

Payment Solutions  All of our machines accept Apple Pay, Google Pay, major credit and debit cards.






Beverage Machines

Vendo V-21

Vendo 721
Cold Beverage Dispenser

The Vendo 721 Drink Machine is one of the workhorses of the  Vending industry and is  purchased by major bottlers.

It vends a variety of 10 selections of  cans and bottles and works   flawlessly in medium and large locations.

Dimensions: 72″ × 39.5″






Cold Beverage Dispenser

  • Refrigerated for juices, bottled water, energy drinks, soda and much more for a total of up to 45 options
  • Operates 2 to 3 times faster than typical machines
  • Energy Efficient
  • Coin, and bill payment acceptance

Dimensions:Height 72″ – Width 47″ – Depth 32″


Combo, Refrigerated – Frozen Machines

Alpine ST5000 Elevator


 Alpine ST5000
 Glass Front Refrigerated Merchandiser

        •  Five adjustable trays to accommodate up to 60 options.
        •  Dispenses soda, juice, dairy products, sandwiches, and other i   tems best served cold
        •  Coin, bill, and card payment acceptance





Evoke 5 ComboEvoke 5 Combo

The refrigerated merchandiser designed for performance and built to last.

20% Greater Capacity when compared with competitors

Delivery Assist & ADA Compliant

Standard Backlit Braille Keypad

Payment System Versatility




Evoke 3 Combo

Evoke 3 Combo

Small Footprint with High Capacity
Selections Up to 36 Items
Capacity Varies with Tray Configuration
Payment Systems All Industry standard MDB Compatible Devices
Product Flexibility Configurable to almost any package size
Healthy Safety Programmable by selections, range and row



 Fast Corp Ice Cream
7 ft freezer or ambient bin
White powder-coated cabinet & door
12 selection product card holder
Push-in delivery bin door







Snack Machines

Evoke 6 Snack

Vend® Guaranteed Delivery System Enhanced iVend sensor system keeps customers satisfied and  reduces service calls for misloaded product.

Payment device Flexibility

Ergonomic 10 Degree Recessed  User Interface Large back lighted and Braille identified keys are
complimented by a large full color credit and information screen.





Mercato 5000

The Mercato 5000 glass front snack
merchandiser incorporates all the proven
features you expect in a new design and
includes additions that increase the value
for choosing USI.

Advanced styling & touch screen
interface options

Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA) ready



The Mercato 3000 glass front snack
merchandiser incorporates all the proven
features you expect in a new design and
includes additions that increase the value
for choosing USI.

Advanced styling & touch screen
interface options

Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA) ready




We’re here to support you!

  • We have the vending machines installed for you for FREE.
  • We stock the vending machines with the products that you want, including healthy choices.
  • We handle all servicing and maintenance of the vending machines.
  • You benefit from having convenient vending machines available to your employees, keeping them happy!

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Gio's Story

Don’t ever tell Giovanni Francese he can’t do something – he’ll prove you wrong.

As CBS 2’s Audrina Bigos reported Wednesday, he’ll also open your eyes to the potential of people who are blind and visually impaired.

Francese is totally blind and owns his own business. He is no stranger to the service industry.

“My family is in the restaurant business – we’ve got restaurant Mattone in LaGrange Park, Coarse Italian in Glenview, and I worked there for 20 years,” he said.

But then, Francese ventured out on his own and created Super G Vending. He credits training from the business enterprise program for the blind.

“Our mission is about education, employment, independent living,” said Rahnee Patrick of the Illinois Division of Rehabilitative Services.

“The Business Enterprise Program for the Blind provides an entrepreneur opportunity for blind people to own their own businesses – either in vending, cafeteria, or gift shop,” Francese said.

His first business was a hit, and now, his latest business is open. It’s a micro-market at the Lake Point Tower Condominium.

We wondered what his secret is for keeping his inventory in check.

“Organization is a big key, so long as when I put the order away, it’s all put in the same spot, well then I always know that I’m always grabbing the Pepsi as opposed to the Diet Pepsi,” Francese explained.

Technology is also helpful.

“I can run a report that’ll tell me what the sales were on a day-to-day basis, through my phone or through a software program called JAWS that helps read my PC at home.” Francese said.

But even with those advancements, the unemployment rate for people who are blind is 70 percent.

“Just because they’re blind doesn’t mean they don’t have the skillset your company is looking for,” Francese said.

Francese lives by example. HE can’t drive, so he hired Chris, who is deaf.

“Like everybody that has a disability, they just want to be able to work and be independent, and provide for their families, and be able to live a normal life just like anybody else,” Francese said.

Giovanni Francese Is Completely Blind And Owns A Successful Vending Business In Lake Point Tower 
By Audrina Bigos December 4, 2019 at 6:04 am Filed Under: 
Audrina Bigos, Blindness CHICAGO (CBS)
If you want to learn more about the Business Enterprise Program for the Blind, click here for the Illinois Department of Human Services.